Striking the balance on abuse

Jo-Anne Prud'homme
Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Jo-Anne Prud'homme, legal researcher at Coram Children's Legal Centre, examines what lessons can be learned from the case of parents charged with abuse after doctors failed to diagnose congenital rickets

Medical staff must help to protect children from harm while ensuring any accusations are based on sound evidence. Image: Istock
Medical staff must help to protect children from harm while ensuring any accusations are based on sound evidence. Image: Istock

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